Wednesday, August 18, 2010

A Hedgie Smile


Remember I said how I hate primary colors? Well there are exceptions to the rule. lol
When it comes to flowers like poppies and cornflowers, they just gotta be primary. The brighter the better. This is a very simple layout and not too much dimention but the image kind of makes up for it.
This stamp by Penny Black is just so much fun to color but you do need to allow yourself plenty of time!!!
front view:

My recipe:
DPs DCWV
Ribbon: Offray
Image: Penny Black
Colors: Prismacolor pencils with goo gone
Sentiment:TPC Studio
Gems: Recollection
Stitching: Machine done
3D sticky pads: Recollection

A close up below:


The embellies and ribbon detail:


And the sentiment.
 (which came out blurry no matter what I did. Don't know why.)


This card fits the following challenges:

Crafty Creations: butterflies
Fab N Funky: Flower Power
For Fun:  Recipe: 1 Ribbon, 2 DPs, 3 Embellies

I may be back later on today if I can get another card done. I have a friend over crafting with me and I think we are just getting warmed up!
Take care guys and come back to see me! :-)



22 comments:

Saskia said...

Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations Challenge with your lovely work! Good luck!

Greetings, Saskia
(guest designer)

DORCAS said...

Beautiful work Dorcas! I love! TFS!
~Dorcas

CraftinGranny said...

Totally awesome card and beautifully colored. Thanks so much for joining us at For Fun this week.
"Hugs" Carol

helloholley said...

This is adorable!!! your coloring is perfect!

Debbie said...

You work Primary Colors so well, the flowers just pop off the page your should definatley use them more often. This is magnificent...

mforquer said...

Oh my gosh - this stamp is too cute and your coloring is just wonderful! Thanks so much for joining in on the fun at Crafty Creations Challenge!
Melissa

yenni natalia said...

omg! you coloured it beautifully!love the blue colour over the flowers
thanks for sharing...
hugs hugs
yenni

Ginny said...

gorgeous, thanks for joining us at FnF

Michele said...

Such an adorable card. Love the image you've used and the colours also. Hugs Michele x

Sharon said...

Such a pretty card, love the colours you've used. So much detail on the image & beautifully coloured.
Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations.
Sharon x

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Dorcas :-) I love this cute hedgiw and the papers and embellies are all perfect :-) lovely colours too :-)

thanks for joining us on the TPC and PTW :-)
luv
Lols x x x

otomys said...

Beautiful card, Dorcas. Great layout and fantastic colouring. Many thanks for joining in with For Fun challenges this week.
Amelia x

dj1952 said...

Awwwwwww, he's so cute. Love the flowers. Hugs, dj

craftyb said...

such a cute PB image...beautifully coloured! Lovely fresh card...thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Creations! bx

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

what a sweet card! The hedgeghog's bouquet is bigger than him! Cute cute cute! Great shading on the image. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations!

Sue said...

Hi Dorcas
a beautiful card, fabulous colouring, gorgeous papers & design,thank you for joining us at Totally Papercrafts this week, hope to see you next week, sue,x

Anne said...

Gorgeous coloring! This card is so bright and happy!!

Stacey G.- 2 Craf-t-4u said...

Really is cute, even for primary colors! The gems make the flowers look so pretty

Lisa said...

Oh wow....such an adorable card. I love everything about it. So bright and colorful and your coloring is excellent! Thanks so much for sharing your card with us at For Fun Challenges!

debby4000 said...

Gorgeous card Dorcas, pretty colours and sweet image.
luv
Debby

Pauline said...

This is just beautiful, I love it! And I so agree with the use of primary colours - I don't often use that combo, but some things just scream for it.... cornflowers, and poppies, yes... and daffodils too! thank you for joining us at For Fun this week!

Tina46 Kreativblog said...

sweet card !! I love the cute image. thanks for joining in our challenge.
hugs tina46
eac-team

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